If you’re not watching Succession, and many people aren’t because it’s on a TV channel that most of us don’t have access to (HBO), then this article is for you. Succession follows the lives of members in a family-owned media conglomerate called Waystar Royco as they battle each other for power while trying to maintain their dynasty and legacy.
It stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Sarah Snook, Kieran Culkin, and Nicholas Braun. Season one was released back in June 2018 with season two coming out just over six months ag,o so we can expect Succession season three release date before the year is up (or at least I hope).
Succession has been praised by critic,s but some viewers criticised it for being too slow. The show is written by Adam McKay, who also directed the first two seasons of Succession.
Some viewers might think Succession has a slow start, but I disagree – it’s just getting you hooked before really throwing everything at you (and believe me, that happens). It was nominated in 2018 for Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series with Jeremy Strong winning both award,s which he deserves because his character Tom Royco is amazing!
Season two finishes with Tom Royco taking over as CEO after his father completely loses control of everything. What’s going to happen next? There are still many episodes left in Succession season three – we don’t know what’s coming up just yet (but there are plenty of theories).
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What happened at the end of season two?
This article contains spoilers for Succession season two! Will Tom Royco take over as CEO after his father completely loses control of everything? What other disasters await him, and what will happen to the rest of the Logan family’s holdings in Succession season three?
We don’t know yet – but we’ll let you know when Netflix releases new episodes or seasons (it’s not due until 2019)!
Brian Cox as Logan Roy.
Alan Ruck as Connor Roy.
Jeremy Strong as Kendall Roy.
Kieran Culkin as Roman Roy.
Sarah Snook as Siobhan “Shiv” Roy.
Matthew Macfadyen as Tom Wambsgans.
Nicholas Braun as Greg Hirsch.
Succession is a new show from HBO about the Roy family, which,h as we all know they are pretty rich and have their fingers in most of the pies.
Successions season two has just ended with one major cliffhanger – Logan Roy (Brian Cox) has been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease!
Succession follows Tom Wambsgan’s rise to CEO of his father’s company, Waystar-Royco. With an upstart nephew poised to take over everything he built, can he maintain control? Season three will explore what happens when you’re so powerful that there isn’t anywhere for you to go but down.
It’s based on a book by Philip Roth called The Plot Against America, which imagines an alternate reality in which the 1940 Republican presidential nominee, Wendell Willkie (played by Succession’s Matthew Macfadyen), is defeated by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Hitler goes on to conquer America.
Succession follows Tom Wambsgan’s rise to CEO of his father’s company, Waystar-Royco. With an upstart nephew poised to take over everything he built, can he maintain control? Season two has just ended with one major cliffhanger – Logan Roy (Brian Cox) has been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease!
It’s based on a book by Philip Roth called The Plot Against America, which imagines an alternate reality in which Charles Lindbergh, the famous aviato,r and suspected Nazi sympathiser, was elected president of the United States in 1940.
There’s no doubt that Succession has been one of this year’s must-see shows. With every episode, we get a little closer to uncovering what happened at the end of the season. That cliffhanger had us hooked enough to binge all ten episodes in record time and now we’re holding our breath for more!
Is the show binge-worthy?
Succession is a must-watch for anyone who loves family drama, witty dialogue and the ruthless pursuit of power.
In Succession Season One we were introduced to Logan Roy (Brian Cox) as he set out on his quest for what he calls “the big chair” – a position that would grant him ultimate control over all aspects of his life’s work.
This year viewers have been watching in horror as they witness this once-powerful man lose everything that defines him: money, respect, even dignity! What could be worse?
This season has seen many twists and turns with characters finally finding their footing – or being forced off it entirely. It seems like not even Succession can keep up anymore but we are still eagerly awaiting its release.
What can be expected for Succession Season Four? Logan is still the head of his family’s empire and he has to put on a brave face – even when everything seems like it’s crashing down around him. As much as he wants to run, this time he might have no choice but to stay and fight!